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Since 2008, the men’s personal-care-products market has grown by 15% to $3.9 billion, according to research firm Mintel. (And Mintel expects it to grow an additional 13% by 2018.) Data on men’s cosmetics (and cosmetic treatments) specifically is perhaps even more telling: A recent survey of 1,000 American and British men, conducted by marketing company JWT, found that many men considered such products or treatments perfectly acceptable. For example, 54% approved of such skin care products as moisturizers and eye creams, 24% gave the nod to facials and even 9% had no issues with foundation. Little wonder that such clothing designers as Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs have launched men’s cosmetics lines of late.
originally posted by: IShotMyLastMuse
i fail to understand why women confident about their sexuality is a bad thing.
Same thing is happening to men- - muscles, hair straighteners, tight tops - the world is becoming obsessed with image.